|Written by:||Joel Surnow & Michael Loceff|
|Directed by:||Frederick K. Keller|
|Original airdate:||April 9, 2002|
Jack Bauer and George Mason investigate the area where the Drazens paid to remove the power. Nina Myers tries to warn Jack that his family has gone missing but is stopped by Mason. Teri Bauer looks over her home trying to spark her memory while one of the Drazens' assassins closes in. Kim Bauer finds herself in the middle of a drug deal, while David Palmer releases Keith's story to the press.
- 1 Episode guide
- 2 Episode credits
- 3 Background information and notes
- 4 See also
Episode guide[edit | edit source]
Right now, terrorists are plotting to assassinate a presidential candidate. My wife and daughter have been targeted, and people that I work with may be involved in both. I’m federal agent Jack Bauer, and today is the longest day of my life.
- Senator David Palmer listens to the tape of Keith confirming that he will be framed for Dr Ferragamo's murder. He explains to Sherry and Mike that what they have is evidence that Carl Webb set his son up for murder. Sherry says she destroyed it, but Palmer tells her that it wasn't the real tape. He then tells Mike to set up a press conference immediately.
- Andre Drazen is talking to Jovan, asking how he will find the women. He replies that he is going to the Bauer house.
- Frank Allard is interrogating Kim Bauer and asking how she knows Rick. He says she is a friend and just wants to get back home, but Frank says until Dan gets back with the money no-one leaves.
- Jack Bauer is explaining to George Mason that he and Nina are on their way to meet with someone who Alexis Drazen was supposed to pay off. Jack meets Alan Morgan who tells him that at 7:20pm he is going to shut down the power on grid 26-GG. He then asks about Jack's accent, realizes he is not Alexis and runs. Teddy Hanlin then shoots him and Jack screams for a medic.
- Teri Bauer asks who Phil Parslow is, and he replies that he is a very good friend who wanted to be more. He tells her she has Dissociative amnesia and needs to be checked out, but she asks him to just take her home. As they approach the house, Jovan is waiting next a dead CTU agent.
between 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.,
on the day of the California
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Teri Bauer and Phil Parslow are walking towards the front door of the house. As Phil is telling a story, Jovan Myovic is waiting behind a tree for them. With his gun raised, he slowly walks towards the door. As they try to open the door, however, the alarm goes off inside of the house, and Myovic drops back behind a bush. Teri wants the alarm to stop, but she can't remember the code to turn it off. The alarm company calls, but Teri can't get them to do anything either since she doesn't have the password.
Back at California Plaza, Nina Myers finds out that the man who was just killed is named Alan Morgan, who worked for Pacific Electric in Saugus. Nina tells Jack, who wants to know where Grid 26-GG is (Alexis Drazen was paying him $50,000 to turn off the power to this area). Nina leaves to try and find that area.
The Superior Alarm officers, Newman and Taylor, arrive and turn off the alarm. She says that she is Teri Bauer, but when asked for ID, she is confused and looks for her purse. While looking, the guards see pictures of her, Jack, and Kim on the wall. They realize that she obviously lives there. She says that Kim probably set the code. The officers go to check their contacts outside of the house. As they leave, Teri looks at the photos on the wall. Jovan Myovic watches the officers go outside.
George Mason arrives at Jack's location and asks why there's always a body count wherever Jack goes, but Jack insists that he ordered Teddy Hanlin not to shoot. Jack then gets a call from David Palmer, who says that they finally uncovered the missing Drazen file from the Pentagon. He mentions an address that seemingly had nothing to do with the rest of the document, 21911 Kipling in Saugus. Jack confirms that he said "Saugus", and he tells Palmer that this is going to help them.
Jack calls Tony at CTU, and he gives Tony the address that Palmer just gave him. Tony finds that it is right in the middle of Sector 26-GG. Jack realizes that Alexis wanted Morgan to cut the power in Saugus. Mason asks what Jack is doing, and Jack says that he's going to Saugus. He says that Robert Ellis was killed in New Orleans because he was about to find this address. Palmer just gave it to him. Mason says that he's going with Jack, and they leave the plaza.
At Rick Allen's house, Frank is angry that Dan isn't there. Kim wants to leave, but Melanie doesn't let her leave. Kim says she just wanted to come to try and find her mom, but Melanie accuses her of coming for Rick. Melanie says that no one's leaving until Dan gets back, but Kim says that Dan's not coming back. Frank bursts into the room asking what Kim means, and Rick tells him that Gaines killed him. Furious, Frank throws a lamp at the wall. He says that it's too late to call the deal off, and that the guys they're dealing with are coming in a half hour.
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The Palmer family is eating dinner at the hotel. Sherry asks what David is going to say at the press conference. Keith says that he's going to tell the truth, but Sherry gets mad at him for getting the whole situation started when he decided to take matters into his own hands. Angry, Palmer says that what Keith did wasn't right, but they are all to blame for not being there or for covering it up. Keith says he kept his story inside for seven years, but he can't cover it up any longer. Sherry says that he's his father's son, and she accuses David of not being strong enough to become President. Suddenly, Nicole starts hyperventilating and is struggling for air. Her father brings her over to a couch, and they call for medical attention. Crying, she apologizes to Palmer, saying that everything is her fault.
Mason says that basically that whole day revolves around Victor Drazen's family wanting to kill Jack and Palmer since today is the two year anniversary of Drazen's death. They don't know what they're going to find out in Saugus. Jack apologizes for shooting Mason with a tranquilizer last night, and he feels better now that he knows that his family is safe. Mason looks uncomfortable.
Teri is in Kim's room. She says it looks familiar, but she doesn't understand it. Phil turns on some music to help spark her memory. Phil tells her about what happened when Jack left and what happened to Kim during that time. Teri asks about her and Phil, and he says he thought there was a connection, but he thought she was scared about losing her family. Teri admits that she doesn't remember Phil at all, but being with him makes her feel good.
Kim wants to leave, but Rick advises her not to, not wanting to deal with Frank. She is about to leave, but someone knocks on the door. Frank answers it, and two men walk in with a bag. They open it, and it is full of guns. Frank says that since they don't have the money, he's going to have to rob them of the ecstasy.
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Nicole tells Palmer that she's fine. Palmer prepares to go down to his press conference, but as he is about to leave, he turns to his family. He tells them it's a test for all of them. They need the love and support of one another. Palmer goes into the elevator and heads to the press conference.
Teri doesn't find any help with her memory from her date book. She finds events that she can't remember such as Yvonne's birthday and a conference call with Kitty but finds a date with Phil in it, and Phil tells her about it. The doorbell rings, and Phil's friend Chris arrives. Chris goes to greet Teri, but she is frightened by Chris' gun. Phil asks him to excuse them for a moment. He says that Chris is a friend of his, but Teri reminds him that she doesn't know either of them. Phil says that he just wants her safe, but he'll have Chris stay outside. He says that she's going to have to trust him, and Teri agrees.
Outside, Jovan Myovic is talking to Andre Drazen on the phone. He says there is interference in the house, but he will soon go in to kill Teri.
David Palmer arrives at his press conference and takes the podium. He tells about the phone call from Maureen Kingsley that set off all of the events that happened during the day. He mentions the businessmen who financed his campaign efforts, and how he misjudged them. Carl Webb, who is watching the conference from his building with the other financiers, says he'll take care of it, but Bob Jorgensen, another financier, tells him that it's too late.
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In the conference, Palmer says he has given the tape to the Justice Department and it will implicate the men who acted up. He again says that the men were not acting under his influence. He says that Keith is ready for whatever will happen to him, but all he will be guilty of is not reporting the accident. He says that Nicole was the victim of a horrible crime, and that she should not be a source of information.
At CTU, a staffer informs Nina about the hit on the safe house, and she is enraged. Tony admits that he knew about it, and he didn't tell Nina because Mason didn't want Jack to know. Nina says it's her fault because she left Teri and Kim, and insists that Jack has to be told.
Jack and Mason arrive at the front gate of the park in Saugus. George answers a call from Nina as they are getting out of the car. Nina asks why Jack wasn't told about the safehouse attack, but Mason ignores her and covers up her questions to make it sound like she's asking about where they are. He hangs up on Nina, and, knowing that Nina is about to call him, borrows Jack's phone and turns off the battery. Nina gets Jack's voice mail as Mason fakes a call.
While they hike into the woods, Jack tells Mason about Victor Drazen's various offenses, and that Jack's team took him out two years ago. He says that Andre and Alexis pulled together a terrorist cell without them knowing, which was quite impressive, especially considering they were able to get Jamey Farrell to turn against them. Mason asks why they'd pay so much to turn off all of the power, but they don't know. Suddenly, Jack and Mason see a new power transformer in the field. Jack openly wonders why this would be a wildlife preserve, since there is no water, birds, or animals.
The two ecstasy dealers, a man and a woman, show up at Rick's house. One dealer asks why Rick and Kim are there, but Frank promises that they're fine. He demands to see the ecstasy. Frank confirms that it is genuine. The male dealer asks for the money, and as Frank goes to open the bag that would have the money, he pulls out a gun and turns it on the man, but not before he and the woman pull out guns as well. Suddenly, almost everyone in the room appears to have a gun out. After a standoff, the two dealers put their guns down. Angry, Frank smashes Rick in his injured shoulder, "All this because you couldn't keep my brother alive?"
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Nina calls the hospitals to check and see if they are there. Tony tells her that he sent someone to the Bauer house, but he's going to call and check. In addition, they are tracing Kim's phone call and checking the areas around there.
Frank puts the ecstasy in his bag. He grabs a gun and hits the male drug dealer in the nose with it. Frank jokes at him, when the dealer gets up and says something to Frank. When Frank tells him to speak up, he says that he has the right to remain silent: the dealer (Officer Krugman) and his blonde partner are undercover cops. Suddenly, police rush in from all sides. Craig's accomplice opens fire with an automatic weapon, but is shot down. The officers arrest everyone else in the room, including Kim, Rick, and Melanie. Kim tells them that she wasn't a part of the deal, but they take her in.
Still in the press conference, Palmer bears responsibility for not knowing what was going on inside of his family. He says that although he made a mistake, he was not the only one in public office to do so, and he asks them to still consider electing him. He leaves the podium and goes to the next room. Keith is there waiting for him. He says that he loves him, and they hug.
Phil is showing Teri photographs of Jennifer and Emily Parslow, his daughters. He informs her that she never met them, because they decided to leave his family out until she reached a decision about being with him. The teapot whistles, and as Phil leaves to take care of it, Teri notices a box that Kim made for her. Chris then enters and asks where the restroom is. Jovan Myovic quickly enters the house. He shoots Chris twice, killing him, and Phil once, injuring him. He points the gun at Teri and asks where Kim is, promising to make it painless for both of them if she tells him where she is. Teri doesn't know, and Myovic raises his gun to kill her.
Suddenly, three shots ring out from behind them both, and Myovic falls to the ground. As Teri is crying, Tony Almeida comes in and tells her to calm down. Everything is coming back to her, and she remembers losing Kim in a car crash.
Split screen: Tony gets Teri out of the house. SWAT officers take Kim and Rick into custody. David and Keith return to the suite.
Palmer comes back into the room with his family. Nicole hugs him, and Sherry passes by them both, not saying anything.
Mason and Jack arrive at the address that the GPS brings them to. A helicopter flies over them. Mason asks if it is simply reconnaissance, but Jack doesn't think so. "Someone knows we're here," he says.
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Episode credits[edit | edit source]
Cast[edit | edit source]
Starring[edit | edit source]
- Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer
- Leslie Hope as Teri Bauer
- Sarah Clarke as Nina Myers
- Elisha Cuthbert as Kim Bauer
- and Dennis Haysbert as Senator David Palmer
Guest starring[edit | edit source]
- Željko Ivanek as Andre Drazen
- Vicellous Shannon as Keith Palmer
- Xander Berkeley as George Mason
- Daniel Bess as Rick Allen
- Zach Grenier as Carl Webb
- Edoardo Ballerini as Frank Allard
- Megalyn Echikunwoke as Nicole Palmer
- Henri Lubatti as Jovan Myovic
- Vincent Angell as Phil Parslow
- Navi Rawat as Melanie
- Kirk Baltz as Teddy Hanlin
- Darin Heames as Sam Krugman
- Randy J. Goodwin as Newman
Special guest stars[edit | edit source]
Co-starring[edit | edit source]
- Noel Gugliemi as Craig
- Jason Matthew Smith as Chris
- Lew Dauber as Bob Jorgensen
- Jenn McCullough as Elaine
- Mariah Pasos as Sam's Partner
Uncredited[edit | edit source]
- Greg Hartigan as Agent Jimmy Kelly
- Bruce Holman as Secret Service agent
- Henry M. Kingi, Jr. as unnamed gunman
- Louis Ortiz as Taylor
- Tony Wayne as Robin Powers
- Emile Williams as Agent Berkin
Production staff[edit | edit source]
Background information and notes[edit | edit source]
- A framed photograph of Jack Bauer in uniform - actually an image of Kiefer Sutherland in the film A Few Good Men - can be seen on the bookshelf in the Bauer home.
- The laptop in Kim Bauer's room, which in "12:00am-1:00am" was a graphite Apple iBook G3 "Clamshell", has changed to a white Apple iBook G3 "Snow".
Appearances[edit | edit source]
- Frank Allard
- Rick Allen
- Tony Almeida
- Jack Bauer
- Kim Bauer
- Teri Bauer
- Patty Brooks
- Chris (first appearance)
- Craig (first appearance)
- Alexis Drazen (mentioned only)
- Andre Drazen
- Victor Drazen (mentioned only)
- Dylan (first appearance)
- Elaine (first appearance)
- Robert Ellis (mentioned only)
- Jamey Farrell (mentioned only)
- George Ferragamo (mentioned only)
- Ira Gaines (mentioned only)
- Lyle Gibson (mentioned only)
- Teddy Hanlin
- Bob Jorgensen
- Jimmy Kelly
- Kitty (mentioned only)
- Sam Krugman (first appearance)
- George Mason
- Slobodan Milošević (mentioned only)
- Alan Morgan (corpse only)
- Dan Mounts (mentioned only)
- Nina Myers
- Jovan Myovic
- Newman (first appearance)
- David Palmer
- Keith Palmer
- Nicole Palmer
- Sherry Palmer
- Emily Parslow (first appearance, photo only)
- Jennifer Parslow (first appearance, photo only)
- Phil Parslow
- Robin Powers
- Taylor (first appearance)
- Carl Webb
- Yvonne (mentioned only)
- (CTU staffer with Nina Myers) (first appearance)
- (Krugman's partner) (first appearance)
- (Officer with Nina Myers) (first appearance)
- (Third member of Pierce's unit)
- 26-GG (first appearance)
- Africa (map only)
- Asia (map only)
- Atlantic Ocean (map only)
- Australia (map only)
- Bauer house
- Bosnia (mentioned only)
- California Plaza
- Cambria (mentioned only)
- Century City
- CTU Los Angeles building
- CTU main floor
- Director's office
- Downtown Los Angeles
- Echo Park
- Europe (map only)
- 1804 Glade
- Hospital (mentioned only)
- Indian Ocean (map only)
- Interstate 5 (map only)
- Ivy at the Shore (mentioned only)
- Kipling Avenue (mentioned only)
- Kosovo (mentioned only)
- Latham Group building
- Los Angeles
- Los Angeles County
- New Orleans (mentioned only)
- North America
- Pacific Ocean (map only)
- Palmer campaign hotel
- Pentagon (mentioned only)
- 23033 Pine Canyon (mentioned only)
- Santa Monica Pier (mentioned only)
- Sarajevo (mentioned only)
- Saugus (first appearance)
- Saugus Wildlife Preserve (first appearance)
- Serbia (mentioned only)
- South America (map only)
- United States of America
- 44 (first appearance)
- Central Intelligence Agency
- Counter Terrorist Unit
- CTU Los Angeles
- Democratic Party
- Department of Justice (mentioned only)
- Drazen syndicate
- Drug Enforcement Administration (first appearance)
- Federal Bureau of Investigation (mentioned only)
- Fish and Game Department (mentioned only)
- Fox 11
- Green Day (mentioned only)
- KPJT 18 (first appearance)
- Latham Group
- Linkin Park (photo only)
- Los Angeles Fire Department
- Los Angeles Police Department
- Pacific Electric (mentioned only)
- Prime Sth (mentioned only)
- Sierra Club (mentioned only)
- Sum 41 (mentioned only)
- Superior Alarm (first appearance)
- United States Secret Service
- United States Senate
- Air hockey (mentioned only)
- Ancient Melodies of the Future (mentioned only)
- Caffeine (mentioned only)
- Compact disc
- Ecstasy (mentioned only)
- Global Positioning System (mentioned only)
- Sport utility vehicle
- Tea (first appearance)
- Tranquilizer gun (mentioned only)
- Transformer (first appearance)
- Two-way radio
- Underneath the Surface (mentioned only)
- Warning (mentioned only)
See also[edit | edit source]